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Here Come the Unregulated GMOs New plants like a mushroom altered with CRISPR gene editing are falling outside the purview of regulators. People are arguing about whether genetically modified foods should carry labels. But the next generation of GMOs might not only be unlabeled—they might be unregulated. Over at Scientific American you can read a 6,000-word story about how one such plant, a GM mushroom, was created. The short version is that a plant scientist named Yinong Yang used the gene-editing technique called CRISPR to snip out a few DNA letters in the genome of “Agaricus bisporus, the most popular dinner-table mushroom in the Western world.”

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Artificial Intelligence Can Now Design Realistic Video and Game Imagery A remarkable machine-learning trick that cleans up pixelated videos and photographs can automatically generate high-quality computer-game graphics. If you close your eyes and imagine a brick wall, you can probably come up with a pretty good mental image. After seeing many such walls, your brain knows what one should look like. Experience Vaults: Nutmeg - It Got Me Surprisingly Stoned! - 7905 Citation: Psychonaut. "It Got Me Surprisingly Stoned!: An Experience with Nutmeg (ID 7905)". Erowid.org.

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